Sprint is adding the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and LG G3 to its Sprint Lease program. Sprint Lease allows customers to get a phone with no money down. The LG G3 will be available for a monthly price of $15, while the Galaxy Note 4 will cost $25 per month.
The Sprint Lease program began in October 2014 with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport. A lease lasts for 24 months, and afterwards, customers have a number of options for their device. They can turn it in for a new one or end their service, continue leasing the same device, or purchase the device from Sprint.
Sprint Makes More Devices Available With Expansion of Sprint Lease
LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 now available with 24-month Sprint Lease
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), January 16, 2015 - Sprint (NYSE: S) continues to offer U.S. consumers the best value in wireless with the expansion of its industry-first, innovative leasing program to LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note® 4. Beginning today, new and existing customers and businesses can acquire LG G3 for $15 per month and Galaxy Note 4 for $25 per month (excluding taxes and fees) through Sprint Lease.
With Sprint Lease, qualified customers pay zero out of pocket at lease signing for their smartphone. At the end of 24 months, customers in good standing currently have the following options to continue service1:
Turn in the currently leased LG G3 or Galaxy Note 4 and lease another phone with zero down at signing Purchase the leased device Continue leasing on a month-to-month basis Return the device in good working condition and terminate service when the lease ends "Sprint Lease gives customers an affordable option to acquire LG G3 or Galaxy Note 4," said Tom Roberts, senior vice president of Marketing, Sprint. "Through Sprint Lease, well-qualified customers can acquire the devices without paying any out-of-pocket costs at the point of sale. Sprint continues to offer customers the best value in wireless with its leasing program and monthly rate plans."
Best Value in Wireless
Sprint is committed to providing U.S. consumers and businesses the best value in wireless. With the Cut Your Bill Event, Sprint will cut in half the monthly rate plan for Verizon and AT&T customers who switch to Sprint. The new offer provides unlimited talk and text to anywhere in the U.S. while on the Sprint network – regardless of a customer's current plan – and matches the customer's data allowance for half the cost they are currently paying for their monthly rate plan.2
Sprint will pay up to $350 per line via a Visa® Prepaid Card for a customer's early termination fee or installment bill balance when they switch. Once a customer has received the final bill from the other carrier, he or she may simply register for the Visa Prepaid Card at sprint.com/jointoday.3
The Sprint 4G LTE network serves more than 540 cities, making it easy for customers to enjoy data on their devices.
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